DCAA Audit: How to Prepare
Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) is the largest and most respected contract audit agency in the Federal Government. In fact, though part of the Department of Defense (DOD) and responsible for auditing DOD contracts, many civilian agencies hire DCAA to conduct their contract audits. Did you know that the are various types of audits conducted by DCAA? Each one requires different preparation and treatment.
This is a perfect fit for new and emerging firms, established firms breaking into the government-contracting arena, and for new proposal personnel. Great for business owners and staff members, contract administrators, CPA’s and CFO’s new to government contracting, government contract specialist, and other interested parties. The workshop is designed for service and construction contractors. The sample-training model used is adaptable to fixed price, time and material, and cost reimbursable contracts.
The instructor, Mr. Duncan, is an accomplished CPA in the field of Government Cost Accounting, DCAA audit process, and the set-up of approved accounting systems. He presents in an understandable and entertaining fashion.
- Reasons for audits
- Audit types
- Unique characteristics of each audit type
- How to prepare for each
- How to stay prepared
- Typical pitfalls
- Interaction with the audits
- Correct attitude
- How to approach disputes
Friday, March 4, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge Campus
2645 College Drive, Room 356
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191